Lindow's first and second teams are three games away from a double promotion which will be the first time in the club history that both sides would be competing in the top-level leagues next season.
The first XI welcomed Bunbury to Upcast Lane. Home skipper Walker won the toss and elected to bat on what looked a challenging wicket.
The visitors bowled very well and if it wasn’t for Matty Mitchell’s class shining through yet again with a classy 56, it could have been a different story. Tight bowling in the middle order saw a collapse and Lindow managed a below-par 154 off the 45 overs.
Walker took two early wickets to give the home side the early second innings advantage, but things were looking bleak when Lindow were unable to break the third-wicket partnership, leaving the visitors only needing 40 runs to win with eight wickets in hand.
What followed showed the true belief and grit in the Lindow team this year. Tyler picked up four quick wickets, supported by Bosshardt at the other end whose accurate spin bowling allowed him to take two scalps.
Bunbury required 11 runs with two wickets remaining and skipper Walker returned to the attack to clean these up and lead Lindow to another 25-point victory.
The gap over rivals Woodford is now 33 points with three games remaining.
The seconds travelled to Bunbury, where skipper Kendrick lost the toss and the home side elected to bat.
Ahmed and Barratt bowled tightly to start with, picking off the Bunbury opener early.
Youngster Stephenson then came to the crease and started to take it to the Lindow attack, on his way to a stylish 64, which put the home side firmly in the driving seat.
Stubbs and Day were introduced to the attack, but it was Kendrick who finally picked up his wicket.
The home side finished the innings 211-5 off the 45 overs.
Lindow’s innings didn’t get off to the best start when James Venables was bowled by a pacey yorker from Lewis.
Ben Rose went to the crease and batted with a lot of maturity and grafted for 25 overs for his 38, supported at the other end by Rob Venables who was very unlucky to be run out for 24.
A mid-order collapse against Lewis’ fast accurate bowling put the pressure on, with the unbeaten record at risk.
Ahmed batted very maturely and managed to avoid losing his wicket in the 20 overs he was at the crease, to ensure that the visitors didn’t lose the game, finishing on 107-9.
The seconds are now 38 points clear with three games to go to remain unbeaten all season in the league, which would be a phenomenal achievement.